Philanthropy

18 months ago Chad Stead FCPA, took his his voluntary work a step further becoming chairman of Centre for Hope.

Chad Stead FCPA combines accounting with voluntary work and is equally passionate about the two


Sabrina Lai CPA (second from right) with fellow volunteers at a Rise Against Hunger event.

Sabrina Lai CPA fights hunger and feeds hope in Malaysia


In 2016, Kaveen Bachoo felt it was time to give back to the community and the country that had provided such opportunities.

Kaveen Bachoo CPA was the first professional accountant on the board of Hepatitis Queensland


Joey Kee CPA established a committee of 10, and stepped in as treasurer for a local community garden that is now thriving.

From weed-choked plot to thriving community garden in Kuala Lumpur


"Volunteering enables you to get a different point of view from normal travelling and to mix with people you wouldn’t normally meet." Melva Macaulay ASA

AfID: taking accounting skills and putting them to volunteer use


Daniel Vankov ASA with a Queensland University of Technology student using virtual reality software; the Rotary Club helped secure the software licence.

Giving back to Rotary Club by donating accounting skills


David Harris CPA  gets busy in the kitchen preparing meals for people in need.

Food charity Fareshare puts CPA's skills and experience to good use


Mel Yates FCPA, director – reporting, red tape reduction and ACNC corporate services, says working for charities presents unique challenges.

Is working for a charity right for you? Three CPAs share their insights.


Above left: Frank Barta with students in a music class. Above: Frank and Rosey Barta with Maya (centre), one of the students they support.

Putting accounting skills to work at Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission


Daniela Marsh CPA and team at last year’s Relay for Life.

Cairns CPA goes the long way around to raise money for cancer research


It’s not often that a regulator enjoys unambiguous support from the sector it oversees, but the ACNC’s light-touch approach has struck a chord with a sector that has struggled for decades with unnecessary and excessive regulatory burden.

ACNC review calls for national scheme for charity sector


Leo Tutt FCPA is passionate about aiding people with diabetes.

Helping people with diabetes: Leo Tutt FCPA


Isaak Dury, TidyHQ’s CEO and founder.

Volunteering to help the volunteers


Gary Nugent [far left], with other FightMND supporters.

Gary Nugent FCPA puts financial management and reporting skills to use for FightMND


PRI's accountant Loise (left) and Penelope James CPA at PRI-Kenya.

Penelope James CPA puts her accounting skills to work in Kenyan permaculture project


Luisa Diaz-Zeledon ASA is enjoying her rewarding role with Anglicare Victoria.

Newly enrolled in the CPA Program, Luisa Diaz-Zeledon ASA finds time to give back


There is a need to find a balance between supporting the sector, reducing red tape, enhancing accountability and addressing misconduct.

ACNC review: National solution to charities and not-for-profits regulation is welcomed


Peter Knights is a pivotal part of the St Arnaud sporting community.

Giving back to rural Victoria: Peter Knights FCPA


At Orange Sky, Emma Young's day-to-day work incorporates a variety of roles.

Helping the homeless is an Orange Sky high ambition


The ACNC had a broad mandate that includes supporting and sustaining the sector, and cutting significant regulatory burden faced by providers.

Raising ideas for charity regulation


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